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senator robert byrd. the 92-year-old served a half century in the u.s. senate. today's service and burial were the culmination of a week of memorials in washington and west virginia. >>> the hookup of a new containment vessel to the gushing oil well head has been delayed because of poor weather in the gulf of mexico and to make matters worse the oil spill that plagued the coastal louisiana area is now making its way towards new orleans. >>> summer fun can turn into summer tragedy in the blink of an eye. remember to talk to your kids about playground safety. swings are for swinging, monkey bars for climbingp mind your kids not to do tricks on them. using the equipment the way it's not supposed to be used can result in your child being seriously hurt. >>> helping women in the battle for their life. how the sisters network is giving breast cancer victims a new meaning of family. and recordbreaking temperatures don't mean you have to experience recordbreaking energy bills. some free tips to keep cooling costs down. [ female announcer ] last year, the u.s. used enough plastic water bottles to
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the u.s. little has improved. and you may want to be more careful before handing over that birth certificate or social security card for your children. how identity thieves are targeting the little ones. >>> while getting the kid enrolled in school or fall sports you may want to think twice before handing over their birth certificate or social security card. just because they are kids doesn't mean they are too young to have personal valuable information stolen from them. karen kafa has details on kids and identity theft. >> reporter: when registering for school, signing up for sports or even at the doctor's office, parents hand over personal information about their kids with trust. but in an era where the internet makes identity theft easier than ever you might want to think twice the next time someone asks you for your child's birth certificate or social security card. >> you are the perfect target because it's not like they are applying for credit. it's not like they would be looking at a credit report. nobody's checking. >> reporter: a preapproved credit card offer in your tod
wanted in connection with a connection has been arrested in canada and returned to the u.s.. benjamin moore was taken into custody. he was wanted by the sheriff's department in connection with the death of devan baker. she was missing for more than a week when her body was found in a country club. he's charged with second degree murder. >>> now for a look at tonight's top stories,stephen pitcairn's murder may serve as an example of judicial failure, but lost in the steady drum beat of the blame game, pointing fingers and political maneuvering is the young man's life. at just 23 pitcairn did more for humanity than it ultimately did for him; a true mark of a strong young soul. >>> the title wave in ocean city is still closed tonight. three children were hurt last week. there's still no word on when the word will reopen. >>> the government's point man for the oil spill says there's been a delay in the oil procedure to help stop the oil leak for good. it's known as a static kill. >>>wildlife officials say they have captured the fourth and final grizzly bear believed involved in the fatal
to boil over into a controversy. the president intervened. in june the u.s.a. and england show down prompted a bet over beer. the president and prime minister promising to drink a beer of the other's choosing. they will swap their favorites. >> yes, i did enjoy the 312 beer cold. >> when george washington was president, beer was a big deal in the history of the nation's independence. the first president had a recipe it is housed in the collection of the new york city public library. >>> a look at the news at 6:00. driving or walking down lombard street was a hazard. more than a dozen manhole covers are stolen. police want to know who hauled away the heavy medal. grooming business sports clip is trying to break a record. why people in white marsh are wanting to be a pardon of the "main" event. what is coming up at 6:30. >>> social media has transformed how we live and connect from the protests to taking charge. how we think has been reframed the revolution. it continues on world news. copd makes it hard for me to breathe. but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now, i can join the
triggering the worst oil disaster in u.s. history. >> mean tile, in dc, a capitol hill debate over chemicals used to break up the oil spill -- testified before a subcommittee sighing the use diminished, but that doesn't calm
information about his where abouts call police. >>> barefoot ban did could be hot footing it back to the u.s. in custody of marshalls. he told a judge in nassau he is guilty of entering the bahamas illegally paving the way for authorities there to deport him. the 19-year-old faces dozens of local and federal charges he was captured after an alleged 2 year crime spree which began with escape from a juvenile facility near seattle and ended with attempting to steal a boat in the middle of the night. bahamas police were behind him commandeering a boat with three surprised passengers behind him. >> everyone yelled stop, he proceeded to the weapon to my head. i will kill myself i can't do back to jail. >>> lee will have to -- he will have to fly to miami first to make his initial appearance in federal court. >>> now continuing coverage of extreme make over home cushion. house for girls hope. crews are working around the clock. more on problems and special gifts from two local universities. >> reporter: day four at the job site and a project about 12 hours behind monday is a day behind because of t
and sting you. they pollinate dozens of commercial crops here in the u.s. and essential to the agriculture company. they are disappearing at an alarming rate. explaning how everyday people are stepping in to save the bees. >> reporter: suit up, strap in, that's how katherine reeves transforms herself from a government employee into a backyard hero. >> this is the place? >> yes. >> reporter: one of thousands of the city folks on a crusade to save the honeybees. >> you go it in once a week just to check to see, you know, that the queen is laying eggs. >> everybody working, no one slacking off. >> right. and will they are always working. >> i'm not a terribly environmentally conscious person. but i saw that there was a need for people to keep bees pause there aren't any bees anymore. >> reporter: in recent years, bee colonies all over have been dying at staggering rates. last winter, one out of three did not make itment no one knows exactly why parasites seem to be a part of the cause. but the impact is clear. >> how badly has this disease hit bees in this country? >> it is devastating to thi
at 6:00. [ female announcer ] last year, the u.s. used enough plastic water bottles to stretch around the earth over 190 times. each brita filter can take up to 300 of those bottles out of the equation. we wouldn't have to worry about what's in our water. but most of us live here. so we need the brita pitcher. for healthier, clean tasting water. >>> it is no surprise that twilight saga eclipse was number one at the box office. its six day earnings are now up to $175.3 million. and the last airbender came in second with more than $40 million. >>> and the latest twilight movie, a lot of critics say this period will go down in history as the summer of vampire madness. what's behind this obsession for the undead that will not die, even if you drive a stake through their heart. sharon has more. >> they call themselves twi- hards and like vampires, they came to movie theaters everywhere. >> she is not sure what she wants. >> love triangle between bella, edward, and jacob has fans screaming. >> this film has it all. it has the romance. it has great battle sequences. >> it created a culti
. >> the company goes by many names. and headquartered deep in canada. and making it immune to the u.s. authorities so the advertising continues. >> bottom line, use caution. if it says free. and you need to give a credit card. don't be surprised if you are charged over and over again. >> don't waste your money. i am john mat reese. >>> with a look ahead to the news at 6:00. i am kelly swoope. we have the latest crime stats. what they say about your safety. he knows about the birdies and the tees. you have to see this right here. >> those stories and much more coming up at six. since i've been doing roller derby for the last three years, i'm more brash, more confident and i love this. can i use my hands? is that alright? i take good care of my body and i do it so i can do this. [ male announcer ] to keep doing what you love, keep your heart healthy. cheerios can help. the whole grain oats can help lower cholesterol. i, i want to be doing roller derby until i break a hip. and then i'll do it for a little bit longer. hahaha. [ male announcer ] it's simple, love your heart so you can do what you love.
's and the u.s. post office used the paper. it has been linked to health issues and reproductive problems. >>> now on to a developing story. montana wild life officials say the hunts for a killer is over. one camper died and a second mauled in a nighttime attack at yellow stone national park. same attacker is suspected in both cases. it is a grizzly bear. >> reporter: as the campers snuggled in their tents for a night of hibernation they didn't know a bear was stalking the forest of yellow stone national park until piercing screams sounded a warning. >> next thing i know this bear is chewing on my arm. i screamed. he bit harder. i screamed harder. >> reporter: those bites snapped bones in her arm. one of three separate attacks in this park five miles from the northeast entrance. one man was killed. another man left injured. it is unclear, what if anything provoked the attacks. >> as far as we can tell these individuals did everything right. >> reporter: park official estimates 125 grizzly bears and 500 black bears roam the area. yet the chances of being injury ready one in two million. tw
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